Friday, August 16 - Saturday, August 17, 2013
35mm print “Swarms of African killer bees infiltrate a Texan Air Force base, stinging a number of missile button-pushers to death. But relax; in their wake strolls Caine, an able entomologist who has in his wallet the phone number of leading immunologist Dr Krim (Henry Fonda). He also has the ear of a presidential advisor, and was passing through with a truckload of miracle sting-relief called Cardio-pep. ‘Cardio-pep?’ breathes the doctor (Katharine Ross), strangely excited. Their eyes meet. Meanwhile, the bees have brought down a couple of helicopters [and] sharply curtailed a family picnic.” – Time Out (London)
- Country USA
- Rating PG
- Year 1978
- Running Time 116 minutes
- Director Irwin Allen
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